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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I've looked at cons several times, but AFAICT its really oriented towards being an even more powerful, customizable version of make. It seems to be very much oriented towards compiled code (C, C++, and maybe Java) and there's nothing in the docs about using it for Perl-based stuff.

    I've been helping Ken a bit with Module::Build and playing with it for some projects. Its really easy to use and right now does most of the basic stuff ExtUtils::MakeMaker does, except that its way easier to customize.

    I'm going to switch Alazbo to Module::Build pretty soon because Alzabo has a pretty involved build process involving installing modules, copying Mason components, generating an Alzabo::Config module, and creating some directories for storing Alzabo objects. All of this will be much easier and less code with Module::Build.